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The War of the Worlds - Book 2: Chapter 6, The Work of Fifteen Days Summary & Analysis

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Book 2: Chapter 6, The Work of Fifteen Days Summary

Hungry, he digs for vegetables in a nearby garden. He begins walking toward London. He comes upon no people, only dead bodies and wreckage. The author believes himself to be the only living person in the area.

Book 2: Chapter 6, The Work of Fifteen Days Analysis

The author sees the desolate landscape and feels alone. It is not known how many others have survived. The desolate landscape symbolizes the authors' depression and the fact that his will to survive is in question.

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